The juniors and seniors in the inaugural class of the Rawls Business Leadership Program are experiencing the “real world” and developing invaluable leadership skills through study abroad experiences and internships. Continue reading >>
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Dr. William Pasewark, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Research
Dr. William Pasewark, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Research, will oversee graduate programs including the MBA, MS, PhD and non-credit professional programs. Dr. Pasewark is the Webster Professor of Business at Texas Tech University. He received his Ph.D. at Texas A&M University (1986) and is certified as a… Continue reading >>
This summer, six Rawls students will serve as interns in Washington, D.C.. Five students are currently in D.C. and the sixth student, Joseph Kmetz, will be interning in D.C. later this summer.
To become a congressional intern, students go through a rigorous application and interview process. The interns are placed in either a Congressperson or Senator’s office based on the intern’s political leans, issue interests, personality, hometown and abilities. All… Continue reading >>
For 22 days, fifteen energy commerce students were immersed into European culture as they enhanced their global perspective on the energy industry.
The trip included both classroom and site visits to international energy agencies such as the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA), the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID). The following students were accompanied by Rawls professor, Charles Frisbie as they spent 3 weeks… Continue reading >>
Dr. Ron Mitchell, TTU Professor, and Jean Austin Bagley Regents Chair in Management, was recently named a Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Ethics by the Wheatley Institution at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
The Wheatley Institution is a research institution that strives to strengthen and preserve the core institutions our society. Currently, the Institution’s scholarly agenda includes six initiatives:
• International affairs
•… Continue reading >>
A Texas Tech University doctoral student from the Rawls College of Business has been named a Texas Business Hall of Fame (TBHF) scholar.
William “Lin” Humphrey is a fourth-year marketing doctoral student focusing on firm strategy related to social media and mobile marketing and was named the Mobile Marketing Association’s 2011 Global Mobile Marketing Academic of the Year.
George Hansen, vice president of scholarship for the TBHF, said the candidates were exceptionally… Continue reading >>
On April 5, 2013, MBA student teams from nine out of ten Big XII schools traveled to the Rawls College of Business to participate in the seventh annual Big XII Case Competition. The student teams were given a business case on customer loyalty program that is an ongoing challenge faced by United Supermarkets, a grocery store chain. Each team was given 24 hours to work on the case before presenting… Continue reading >>
The Jerry S. Rawls College of Business Administration’s International MBA (iMBA) Program - the executive-style graduate program for energy professionals - has completed the first of its two international residencies. The program’s first international residency was completed on April 14 -26, 2013 and took place in Vienna, Austria, Istanbul, Turkey, and Rotterdam, Netherlands. During the residency, the program provided a major enhancement event in each of the three… Continue reading >>
In Fall 2013, the Rawls College of Business will launch its inaugural class of the Rawls Business Leadership Program, a dynamic learning experience designed to provide students with real-world knowledge and experiences to excel in leadership roles. This program will focus on developing the “complete student”, a student who has both a strong academic foundation and real-world experience necessary to be a successful leader. The three elements of the program… Continue reading >>